Golf is one of the most popular sports in the world. In Singapore, there are many amazing golf courses that will test your skills and provide a great experience. In this blog post, we will discuss the 11 best golf courses in Singapore!
1. Keppel Club
|Key Services:||It is also a place for banquets, birthdays, and other events|
|Address:||10 Bukit Chermin Road, Singapore 109918|
|Phone:||+65 6375 5569 / +65 6375 5570 / +65 6375 5571|
|Operating Hours:||Tuesday to Sunday 7am to 8pm|
Monday (closed except on public holidays)
The 5,917-metre golf course set in 44 hectares of lush greenery will satisfy both beginners and seasoned players with its 18 holes. The golf course was created by Ronald Fream and later updated by Chris Pitman. Its numerous bunkers have been strategically positioned to challenge players of all skill levels.
Beautiful, tight, and challenging course. Facilities are dated for obvious reasons. However still really worth playing at least once whilst we are still able to.
2. Marina Bay Golf Course
|Key Services:||Singapore’s first and only 18-hole golf course which is open to the public|
|Address:||80 Rhu Cross, Singapore 437437|
|Phone:||+65 6345 7788|
|Operating Hours:||Tuesday – Sunday (9AM–6:30PM)|
Monday (closed except on public holidays)
Marina Bay Golf Course is located in the city’s center, and it is easily accessible to golfers with a stunning view of Singapore’s landmark buildings. The 18-hole course, which is set in dunes, rolling hills, and a lack of water hazards, takes the game back to its Scottish roots.
It’s a great course. Challenging but flat. After all it is on reclaimed land. Bunkers are deep, so respect that. And if you tee off near dusk… Enjoy the beautiful sky.. Its a sight to behold. Hole 13 at sunset is great.. The MBS as the backdrop. The Singapore Flyer included..
3. Changi Golf Club
|Key Services: terrace||Popular due to its facilities such as the karaoke room, card room, and a sunset|
|Address:||Changi Golf Club 20 Netheravon Road Singapore 508505|
|Phone:||+65 6545 5133|
|Operating Hours:||Opening Hours for Members|
Tuesdays to Sundays & public holidays : 7.00am – 7.00pm
Mondays – 12.00nn
After 5.45pm no new flights will be permitted to begin play, nor shall flights making the turn after completing 9 holes, continue.
No issurance of buggy at 5.00pm.
Opening hours for Visitors (*Suspended currently by CGC due to COVID-19 measures and will be reinstated by CGC subject to easing conditions*)
Tuesdays to Fridays – 7.30am – 4.30pm, excluding public holidays.
Mondays 12.00nn – 4.00pm.
Buggy use is compulsory. No trolleys.
Must produce valid handicap cards upon registration.
For history buffs, a round of golf at Changi will bring them up to speed on Singapore’s storied past. Swing through WWII relics including army barracks, air-raid bunkers, and gun emplacements as you make your way through the course. The history of the course begins when RAF officers bored holes on the grounds to play golf during their leisure time. A completely nine-hole golf course was constructed a few years later in 1949.
Very nice friendly course. 9 holes with some having two tees and two greens to add to the mix for a round of 18. Halfway house with refreshments
J B Mills
4. Orchid Country Club
|Key Services:||Premier Golf & Country Club in Singapore where people from all walks of life can come together to enjoy golfing and utilise sports & recreational facilities|
|Address:||1 Orchid Club Rd, Singapore 769162|
|Phone:||+65 6755 9811|
|Operating Hours:||Tee-off Time (with 7 minutes interval)|
AM 18-Hole (Daily except for Tue*): 7.07am – 8.59am
PM 18-Hole (Daily except for Tue*): 12.01pm – 1.53pm
Night Golf 18-Hole (Wed, Thur & Fri): 4.27pm to 5.58pm
PM 9-Hole Buggy (Mon, Tue*, Sat & Sun): 4.27pm to 5.16pm
Evening Walking 9-Hole (Mon, Tue* & Sun): 4.27pm to 5.58pm
*Closed for maintenance on alternate Tuesdays.
Visit three distinct nine-hole courses designed with input from the late former President of Singapore, Ong Teng Cheong. The Aranda Course has big fairways that are forgiving to beginning players, while the Vanda Course requires a high level of accuracy due to its numerous water obstacles. The Dendro is the last of the four courses and it challenges golfers to play a par-five with a length of 574 metres.
I always thought that it’s quite hard to come in here but with the convenience of private hired car. Coming here is pretty easy and convenience. Golf range is huge and many great facilities. I will come here on a Sunday for my golf session followed by high tea buffet at the restaurant. Good place to spend on a Sunday.
5. Sentosa Golf Club
|Key Services:||Home to two of the region’s most exclusive and challenging golf courses – The Serapong and The Tanjong|
|Address:||Sentosa Golf Club 27 Bukit Manis Road, Singapore 099892|
|Phone:||+65 6275 0090|
|Operating Hours:||Monday – Sunday 7am to 9pm|
As you tee off into the evening on your choice of two of the club’s great courses, enjoy spectacular views of the South China Sea and Singapore’s bustling port. The Serapong Course holds the SMBC Singapore Open, while the Tanjong Course challenges golfers with a variety of natural hazards such as freshwater lakes and towering trees. Grab a drink after your match at Sentosa’s fashionable pubs nearby!
Sentosa golf club is very professional golf course that we always enjoy its facility, service and having fun when golfing and dinning here.
The course itself is quite challenging as there are always bunkers abd water around for the whole 18 holes but each also has the great view that can make the golfers feel comfortable.
6. Champions Golf
|Key Services:||A place for various events such as birthday parties, exhibitions, fairs, and corporate golf practices|
|Address:||60 Fairways Drive, Singapore 286966|
|Phone:||(+65) 6463 0332|
|Operating Hours:||7 Days a week – 365 Days a year|
Champions Pro Shop, Golf Registration & Range Ball Card Top-up – 7am to 10pm
Golf Course – 7am to last tee off 5.30pm
Mini Golf – closed till further notice
Champions Golf (formerly Bukit Timah Golf Complex) has a 66-bay driving range and a staff of PGA instructors including three-time Rolex Masters winner Alan Murray. The course’s central position and the availability of classes 365 days a year make it simple to organize regular session.
A difficult 9 holes course which is a lot challenging to play with cliffs and high slopes. The course was good and had a great experience with friends. A very cheap and open golf course for public in Singapore.
7. Tanah Merah Country Club
|Key Services:||Singapore’s Premier Golf & Country Club|
|Address:||Tanah Merah Singapore, Singapore 499803|
|Phone:||+65 6542 3040|
|Operating Hours:||Garden Course|
Tue & Thu 9:30am to 7:30pm
Mon, Wed, Fri to Sun 7:00am to 7:30pm
Mon Closed for maintenance (Entire day)
Tue to Sun 7:00am to 7:30pm
The two distinct 18-hole courses at Tanah Merah Country Club are both named after colors. The Garden Course, which is built on reclaimed land and carefully cultivated into an enchanted garden environment with lakes, tropical greenery, and a vibrant bouquet of flowers. The Tampines Course, which was constructed shortly after, is meant to take advantage of the natural beauty of the area. It has lush vegetation and a variety of animals.
Really enjoy playing at TMCC Garden’s course! Best in class service and well maintained green. Service staffs are friendly and customer centric!
8. Mandai Executive Golf Course
|Key Services:||The place is accessible for disabled players|
|Address:||Upper Seletar Reservoir Mandai Road Track 7 Singapore 779384|
|Phone:||+65 6456 6533|
|Operating Hours:||Open daily from 7am – 7pm (last tee time is 5.40pm)|
The course is nestled near the beautiful Upper Seletar Reservoir. It also has a two-story driving range, as well as a chip and putt area and a 9-hole golf course. The establishment is wheelchair accessible, which contributes to its well-liked and inclusive reputation. Aside from that, it is not only perfect for families and novices, but also for seasoned golfers, so even if you’re not a golfer, this location will make you feel comfortable trying.
Easy place to go for a quick round of golf. Easy parking. Food is pretty decent too
9. National Service Resort and Country Club (Kranji)
|Key Services:||There is a special area where it is possible to admire some of the most exotic bird species|
|Address:||50 Neo Tiew Lane 3, Singapore 718828|
|Phone:||6795 2300/ 2301/ 2302/ 2303|
|Operating Hours:||7.00 am to 5.00 pm (daily)|
The two courses at NSRCC Kranji were designed with the preservation of region’s vast swamps in mind. The public is also given access to a walking route that wanders through the course, allowing visitors to reach bird-watching locations in the region. The nine-hole Armed Forces course has several water hazards and tight fairways set against the lovely Kranji Reservoir. Novices may have a better time on the 18-hole Home Team Course, which has wider fairways and is more forgiving.
A place with serenity feel and beautiful sunset . . come explore!!
10. National Service Resort and Country Club (Changi)
|Key Services:||18-hole championship course with full clubhouse facilities|
|Address:||10 Changi Coast Walk Singapore, Singapore 499739|
|Operating Hours:||Daily 7.00am to 5.30pm|
The NSRCC’s Changi Club has 9-hole and 18-hole courses. The latter has a spectacular beach vista, whereas the former is equipped with an interesting distinction: an island tee. Several bridges with Victorian-era architectural features provide access to the island.
One of the best ️♂️golf ⛳️ courses in S’pore!!! Nothing but the best will do…..
Bryan G B Teo
11. Laguna National Golf and Country Club
|Key Services:||Singapore’s Premier Golf Resort Club. Boasting two 18-hole championship courses, Laguna Classic and Laguna Masters|
|Address:||11 Laguna Golf Green, Singapore 488047|
|Phone:||+65 6542 6888|
|Operating Hours:||Daily 8:30am to 6pm|
The club’s World Classic Course is open to players looking to put their skills to the test. Based on the internationally recognized Slope/Course rating, it is acknowledged as “Asia’s Toughest Test” and challenges even the best golfer. The Masters Course, like its sister course, is also notable. This isn’t a pushover for the inexperienced golfer and can be quite a challenge to overcome.
Played in their Masters course a couple of times and every time a great experience. Wide fairways, well maintained greens, shallow bunkers, beautiful landscaping. Waters are rather deep so if your ball drops into the water, can forget about finding them. Do pack a mozzie spray as there are mozzies around, especially in the morning. Better to play in the morning, as with the unpredictable weather in Singapore, if you tee off in the afternoon after 2pm and if it rains, you’ll likely not be able to play the back 9 and would have to come back with a rain check. We always finish the day at the restaurant overlooking the last hole, and their food and service are all great with reasonable prices. The clubhouse is newly renovated and very spacious and welcoming. Highly recommended!
Golf Singapore is a sport that many people enjoy. Golfing can be challenging, but it’s also rewarding and worth the effort if you’re looking for an activity to spend your free time with or want to learn how to play golf better. And now, even more people in Singapore are interested in playing because there are so many amazing courses available!
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